And then the third category would be some kind of genetic flaw in how a person’s actually processing serotonin, making it, etcetera. So those are the big three categories, deficiency states, damage to the brain itself, which might as well be a deficiency state because if the brain cells are damaged they’re not going to fire properly, or some kind of genetic problem of Vigrx Plus. Those are the three. If you think about it like a lamp, like you plug your lamp in, you’ve got a little cord and a wire, if a deficiency state would be like the electricity’s out. Nothing’s really wrong with the lamp. It’s just like nothing’s flowing through the lamp because the electricity’s out. And you’ve got to change it. Damage type would be like someone cut the cord, right? Someone cut the electrical cord. So you’re plugging the lamp in. It doesn’t matter because the thing is actually physically broken. And then a genetic type would be, I don’t know, you just like brought a bad lamp, and it’s not working well. So those are three categories that we see, and through the functional medicine lab testing, we can start to assess, which one of these processes is going on for Vigrx Plus. And obviously a good history tells you if the person has a history of head injury or not. Learn more at and

So all these reasons could cause not enough serotonin, or some kind of malfunction in that serotonin pathway. How are we going to fill if there’s a malfunction, or a deficiency here? And here’s where you get almost complete overlap with hormones, right? So you’re going to gain weight. You’re still going to be hungry even though you’re getting kind of fat. Sometimes with dopamine at least the cravings for sugar and alcohol, so people will start to become addicted to food, or alcohol. It’s a pretty wide range of problems. Your brain’s in control of a lot. And as I mentioned earlier, the brain ultimately is telling the hormone producing glands what to do. So if the brain starts to not work so well you can have some pretty dysfunctional hormonal patterns that are kind of all associated with that. So it’s sort of like a chicken and egg thing. Like is it the brain first that causes next some hormonal problems? Or could it go either way? Yeah. And you can often tell, if you talk to people, and you get a good history. Let’s say it’s woman and she’s just had her third baby, and ever since the baby was born she’s been depressed. That kind of would lean towards a hormonal situation versus someone who has never felt right, and you realize that they’ve got a lot of mercury fillings in their mouth. And you realize there’s neurotoxins that are causing the problem. It’s probably more than the serotonin side. So the problem in medicine in general is that symptomatic expression of problems is misleading usually and doesn’t give you a clear sense of actually why it’s happening. So if someone just shows up and they’re anxious, or depressed, or have low sex drive, it doesn’t really tell you exactly whether it’s on the neuro side, or the endocrine side. So I usually try to teach doctors to test and correct the entire system as an integrated unit. Learn more at